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+York reconnects in farewell tour

The Archbishop of York, the Most Rev John Sentamu arrived in Aotearoa this week after a visit to the Diocese of Polynesia, where he and his wife Rev Margaret Sentamu returned to reconnect with leaders of church and state and Anglican communities in Fiji and Samoa.

 

Workshop to boost justice advocacy

A workshop in Auckland this March will use ground-breaking ‘Words that Work’ language principles and a persuasive writing system to help church communicators and justice advocates shift the conversation on the rights of refugees.

Archbishop Don receives award

Archbishop Don Tamihere has received an award honouring the long-standing relationships and educational exchange between Te Pīhopatanga o Te Tairāwhiti and Loyola Marymount University – a highly-respected Catholic University in Los Angeles.

St Mary's School breaks new ground

Staff and students are celebrating as Bishop Henry Bull blessed the foundations for three new classrooms at St Mary’s Anglican Primary school in Labasa.

Selwyn appoints Board Chair

Bishop Ross Bay has announced the appointment of Hon David Cunliffe as Chair of The Selwyn Foundation Board of Trustees.

Archbishops offer Xmas blessing

The Archbishops of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia issued a joint Christmas message today.
• The Archbishops introduce our Province to the Communion

EOLC Act poses real risks

Co-Chair of the InterChurch Bioethics Council, the Rev Dr Graham O’Brien unpacks the problems that remain in the new version of the End of Life Choice Act.

Peace on earth for all women!

Rev Jacynthia Murphy reflects on her Advent hopes of peace for women after a CCA Women's Assembly in Taiwan. 


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018